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Employment Law

Top 10 Employment Law cases of 2018

As the New Year is pending, here’s a snapshot of the top 10 Employment and HR cases to reflect on from 2018.

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The ‘Good Work Plan’ - set to be the largest reform to workers’ rights in 20 years

Earlier today, the Government announced their plans to introduce new reforms to upgrade workers’ rights, specifically those working in the gig-economy, working as agency workers or on zero-hour contracts. The proposed reforms are to be one of the largest reforms in almost 20 years.

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Uber’s appeal against drivers’ “worker status” to be heard this week

Case update! 

You may recall that in October 2016 the Employment Tribunal made a landmark ruling that Uber drivers were deemed to be “workers”.

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An Employers Guide To Maternity Leave

It's important for employers to know the do's and do not's when it comes to employee maternity leave, get it wrong and the consequences could seriously impact your business. 

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Get Your Employment Tactics Right For The World Cup

The time has come for World Cup fever to kick in! Millions of fans are excited for the 32 days of football action from the world’s best competing for the coveted World Cup.  

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Is there such a thing as privacy in the workplace?

What employers need to know about monitoring within the working environment.

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Mental health awareness at work: how to look after your staff

 The BBC has reported that mental health sees 300,000 people leave their jobs each year.  This figure itself is not surprising in relation to the rising number of people affected by mental health: current statistics show 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem each year, with work cited as one of the main causes.

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In the spotlight: the Gender Pay Gap

Equal pay for men and women is one of the most talked about issues so far this year. Interest in this topic sored last month when the BBC found itself in a media storm, following the publication of salaries paid to its highest-earning talent. The report published by the BBC revealed that only one-third of its 96 top earners were women and the top seven were all men.

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Supreme Court strikes again in latest ruling on teacher’s pay deductions

Here are ‘need to know’ details on the Supreme Court’s decision in the case of Hartley and others –v- Kind Edward VI College [2017] in respect of deductions from teachers’ pay whilst on strike.

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Are your maternity policies due for a review?

 Employers - Do you offer enhanced maternity pay? What about enhanced shared parental pay?

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